Nestled between the Aravali and Vindhya Ranthambore Tiger reserve extends to around 1410 sq km with beautiful backdrops, perfect light and comparatively easy tiger sightings. No doubt, Ranthambore is one of the best tiger parks for wildlife photography in India. In fact, wildlife photography keeps a different stage than others photography style.
While this means they are marketed as travel tripods, each kit is naturally well suited to support lighter cameras and lenses for everyday use, no matter if the location is home or away. Every tripod in this group has carbon fiber ...
Shutter speed works two ways on your camera: it can be used to freeze motion so everything in the frame is nice and sharp; or it can be used to blur motion so some things in the frame are blurred, giving the picture a unique look.
Photography can be an expensive hobby to get into. With most DSLRs nowadays coming in at around $400 for even the lowest of consumer level cameras. By the time you add in accessories, the financial aspect can be a bit demanding for a newbie.
Instagram just released its most significant update since the social photo sharing app enabled video sharing, adding a slew of photo editing features that bring the app in step with other major photo capture and editing apps like VSCO Cam.
Check out this trippy video showing New York City sidewalks in Matrix-style “bullet time.” It was created by filmmaker Paul Trillo, who partnered up with Microsoft to create a special camera rig consisting of 50 individual Nokia Lumia 1020...
This little device is the 360fly: a waterproof WiFi and Bluetooth-equipped action camera with an optical claim to fame. You see, its 360º horizontal and 240 degree vertical fisheye lens is, according to creators EyeSee360, the widest on the market.
"National Geographic is, without a doubt, one of the foremost authorities in the world of photography. So when they rank their top 10 cameras for travelers, the entire photo industry perks up its ears and pays special attention to see what they have to say."
As with any smartphone in 2014, there's no more important feature than the camera. It's what we use to take photos with our friends and families, how we remember what we ate and what our kids looked like way back when.
The camera has always been one of the iPhone's most impressive feature, and this year, Apple says it's gotten a huge upgrade. The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus feature new sensors, better optics, new technologies that aid in stabilization and HDR, even slower slo-mo video, and much more. They're meant to destroy your point-and-shoot, your camcorder, and maybe even your DSLR.
To see what the new devices can really do, travel photographer Austin Mann went to Iceland on a week-long photography adventure. He's been shooting in some incredible places, in incredibly difficult conditions; he's put both iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus to their ultimate test.
Don’t you wish you were here? Photographer Trey Ratcliff captured this beautiful morning in Hobbiton, in the Shire…okay, it’s actually on the set location of the Lord of the Rings film series, in Matamata, New Zealand.
Randy Scott Slavin, a New York based photographer and director, has created a series called Alternate Perspectives. Slavin creates otherworldly images by merging multiple shots into a stereographic projection or 360° panorama.
Here’s a neat GoPro feature that you might not know about: the GoPro actually has a setting where you can take video and still photos simultaneously. No, we’re not talking about pulling low-res stills out of video.